Requiem?

It has been six years and we are still losing the war. On this the first Tuesday 11 September since the last Tuesday 11 September, it is profoundly heartbreaking that, instead of identifying and destroying our enemy, our government has instead shackled our ability to defend ourselves to the whim of collectivists, appeased and pandered to those who would destroy us, and visciously undercut the very principles for which we should be fighting. Can it really be that Americans have forgotten what it did to us? If it happened again, would we react the same way? Or has the post-terror cultural rot corroded America's sense of self so thin that she no longer cares? Or worse? Our future is bright and shining, just below the horizon. Whether it is rising or setting is up to us.

Tom G Varik